Merchandise

The following page shows examples of how our visual system can come to life within UCSF branded apparel and merchandise. Branded merchandise using the UCSF logo must be approved by University Relations.

Apparel

All non-clinical official apparel must be reviewed and approved by University Relations prior to production.

When designing official apparel, use the UCSF master logo or your official department or division logo. Even on apparel, logos cannot be altered, and you should not place graphics or writing right next to the logo (i.e. Do not include the text "Center for XYZ" right under a UCSF logo.) Instead, use the UCSF master logo and your lab/team/center/etc. name written in Arial or Garamond in a different location. If you are using a UCSF logo, your design must be compliant with the UCSF brand identity - be sure to reference our brand colors and fonts.

Some apparel designs benefit from a logobox. It’s a casual representation that works great for event specific merchandise. (Ex. AIDS Walk)

aids walk

Logo Size

  • Logo sizing may be dependant on sizes and styles of apparel.
  • The maximum area to represent your logo lock-up on official apparel is 4" wide or 1.5" high.

 

MAXIMUM WIDTH

maximum width logo

 
MAXIMUM HEIGHT

MERCHANDISE MAX HEIGHT

 

Examples

examples of branded merchandise

 

Custom Promo Items

Depending on the design and logo use, we may ask you to print in two locations, which usually results in slightly higher cost per item. The lower cost option would be to use an official UCSF logo, and not include any addtional text. 

If ordering small promotional items like pens or buttons, consider the small printing space and readibility. We suggest using UCSF master logo or logo box.

custom promo item examples

custom promo item examples

Lab Coats and Uniforms

All clinical lab coats and official uniforms must be approved by the UCSF Health Marketing team and University Relations. 

lab coat examples